The Intersection of Art and Science with Karl Sims

In this episode

Produced By: Nate Caldwell

Cambridge based visual artist and MIT alumni Karl Sims shares his insights on art, science and business.

Podcast transcript can be accessed here.

About the speakers

Interactive Exhibit Designer and Developer

Karl Sims is a digital media artist and visual effects software developer. His interactive works have been exhibited worldwide at the Pompidou Center, Ars Electronica, ICC Museum, DeCordova Museum, Boston Museum of Science, and at MIT. He founded GenArts, Inc. which created special effects software tools for the motion picture industry, and he also held positions at Thinking Machines Corporation, Optomystic, and Whitney/Demos Productions. Karl studied computer graphics at the MIT Media Lab, and Life Sciences as an undergraduate at MIT. He is the recipient of various awards including two Ars Electronica Golden Nicas, a MacArthur Fellowship Award, and an Emmy Award.